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EVENING DULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. l. BATUUDAY, .IAN. 4. 1S08.
Honolulu Commandery Instal
Paclfle First Decree.
Lei Aloha Installation.
All visiting members of ilie
irder are coidlnlly Invited to
ittwul inr itlngs of lorn) lodges
ARMONY LODGE. Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday ovcnltig nt
In In 1. 0. 0. !'. Hall, Fort Street,
E. It. HHNDltY, Secretary,
K. W. GEHUINO, N. 0.
Ml lsltlug brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evonlng at
in ii 'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, coi.
i-oit unit Derotnnlii. VliltlUB broth
is cdi ill. illy Invited to attend.
A. S. WlJUULUt, C. 0.
K. WALDUON, K. It. 8.
OAHU IODOE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Krlday evening nt
. (if I Hall, cor. Fort and Hire-
1. af7:30. Members of Mystii
i lii' No 2, Wm McKlnley Lodge
. ' .mil visiting brotllora tordtull
It. GOdLINO, C. C.
A. S. KL'.NWAY. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, II. IV O.
t , will meet In their ball on King
re.u 1'nrt stieet every Friday oven
''g dor of the H It.
HAltltY A. WILDKll.
i- K ItlCUAKUSON. '&. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
1 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Tort and Ueretanla. Visiting broth
rs coidlnlly invited to attend
L. II. WOLF. C. 0.
L A. JACOHSON, K. It. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 1-10, F. 0. E.
Meet on tho 2nd and 4th tt'L'D
I SDW evenings of each month at
10 o'clock In K of P. Hall, corner
leretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at--nil
L B. TWOMKY, W.. President.
II T. MOOUH. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers wr
llallv Invited to attend.
A. I). CASTRO,
A. K. MUHPHY. C. of It.
WE ARE AGENTS POR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and Ses Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 338.
.ONOLU U IRONWORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler woik
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOP WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Bmr'l and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. CERNANDFZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 King St., Katscy BIk., bt.
Nmianu and Smith Sts.; Tel. 189.
C 1 n s i c P o p u 1 a r
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort St.
r uiK 'looks of mi irt lodgers
tic manufactured b; the OnlUtta Pub
'jil liiMhni niiifi
tving and Bethel Sts.
If it Was
It was ail right
Honolulu Gas Co.,
HATS THAT ARE
becoming to the wearer are
made by us with that elegance
of style and quality that bears
the name "Knox. New York."
There's nothing better than is
A water-proof wall-paper
for bath room3 and kitchens.
Wilder & Go.
Coyne Furniture Co.
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Fresh Bamboo Fibre
for weaving. Lauhala
Mats, Tapas, Brasses.
Hawaii & South Seas
Curio Co., Alexander
- niitfeiiiUfc.. - - WjL.JiaA.-to
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If your servants do not suit, let a
Bulletin Want Ad, find good ones.
Kmbroldcry sale nt A. lllom's.
Tin Hi tlliion itlvorco cruo has been
Candies the best come from Alex
ander Younc Cafe.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis-,
ters. iiawanan Ulhcc bpecialty Co..
HolTinnnn Chop Hoiieo open all the
time nn Hotel slrcct, near Kutinmi.
excellent meals nt lowest pilcos
The nicest gift to send our
Minds Is a enso of Island prosenes.
Mrs. Kearns liaa a fresh lot roady for
Ilnvr you tried the Holiort Hums
c'Kar? You've hunnl of It, liuum'.
nn? Smoke It up once. M. A. Gunt
In the matter of tho estate of L.
AIilo, u putlllon for the sale nf real
ht,ite belonging to the estate has
If you would have a liusher, take
home a package of Alagrctti's Chips,
Tablets, Creams or Nougat, from
Ecnson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Twenty kceomi-nami sewing ma
chines of all standard makes for sale
Prices from $5 up. Ilcnny & Co., Ltd ,
agents White Knmlly Itotary, 12GG
I'crt street Phone -IS8.
At the oilice of Dr. Ilumphrls on
Saturday night the Territorial Medical
Society held Us regular monthly meet
ing ami dlECtiased many matters of
John P. Spindle, who was chief en
elnccr foi tho H. K. T. & L. Co. during
It", eonstiuctlon work and who Inter
mi located the Koolau railtoad nud
made the plans for tho Knhuliil hrcak
uatcr, died at Ills homo at Washing
icivn. H C , on Dee 30.
The report of United Slates Coin
mislnner George A. Davis was pre
rented to Judge Dole this morning In
United States Dlstilct Attorney
Ilreckons, who stntod Hint It wan cor
rect In ccry particular. Tim nc
mints of Marshal Hendry woru also
I resented and ,ippinPil,
Ten Hawaiian!) nud Portuguese who
weie caught gambling at 1 o'clock in
ibo morning under tho Orphcuni
fiagi. weio fined $.' and eosls each In
tho Police Court this morning, all hav
ing entered pious of guilty. A bunch
of nine Chlnore gamblers wero sen
tenced to pay similar lines.
A gentleman who was a passeugei
In the China when she sailed on her
last voyage for tho Coast, reports
that Orucnenthal was, as was general
ly believed, n passenger In that boat.
The Knlmukl chicken man stated to
I his fellow pasbongers that It was bis
Intention to send back to bis local
iredltors the money which ho owed
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Jan. 3, 1008,
Trom 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
IJva liowcn ct al to John II
lillen A Polybl.ink to Saml Now-
Hllinhcth K M SintthlcH nud bsb to
Abigail K C Parker I)
.loll ti Atkins to Clement S K)n-
l-Jst of S (! Allen by tts to Mary A
nnlc Kcawo et al Affdf
Anulu Kcawo ct ul to C HoUo.CnnL
Entered for Record Jan. 4, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Wm Kamau and wt to .Jeanne II
Entered for Record Jan. 4, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Kiedeilck L Wnlilinn by rujjr. .Ntc
J Knlaualll and wf to Lucy N Ka
mau . ( U
J Alfred Magoon and wf to J II
Knmakla Magoon !
J Alfred Magoon nud wf to Mary
U Low I)
Mary II Low to Hniincllne M Mn-
goon t D
Entered for Record Jnn. 0, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. ra.
.1 Alficd Magoon to Mary V Lnw..U
Mary H Low to Kmiuellno M Ma
John Walker and wf to Lelalohn
Kanoa (w) D
Jcsso Mnknlnal by nfft of uilgeo
to Tr of Mr Mnllo Ooo Wan
Hoy . . . .' rorcAffdt
S. A. CAPTAIN DEAD
(Special to The II u I let 1 n)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. I. C.ipt. V.
II. Jolinsou of tho Salvation Army
died nt Malulnnl Hospital Saturday,
Dec. 28, of hemorrhage. Ilo was
born In Friendship, Now York, 27
M'aiH ago. The Into Johnson went
lo the liospltul nud was operated it it
em by Dr. Dlnegar cm Dec. 21 for
appendicitis and abscess of tho liver.
.Some e months ugo Johnson wits
oporntcd on In Honolulu for tbu
Miss Jennie Stovenscn or tho Ho
nolulu Salvation Army, with another
Army lasslo, wore hero this week to
attend to Johuson'H effects and both
of them roturncd to Honolulu' last
evening. C.ipt. Scott of Knunt will
tako Capt. Johnson's plnco here. IJn
blgn Btnvotihiin was engaged to bo
man led to the lulu Capt. Johnson.
Mis. William Hcstrlght and her
giown daughter we'ro fatally sliot In
bed by nn unknown nbsassln near
MaryavUle, Mo. Tho girl staggered
to her father's room, dying, hut was
unablo to tell who fired tho shots.
A, N, SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May &. Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
Mlth their new PRENCH dry cleaning
263 Oeretanla 8t. Phona 1491.
Curios and -Jewelry
Roosevelt Is After
Critics Of Our Navy
WASHINGTON. I) C . .Inn. 0.- -I'lCMldent Uoosoclt. In u letter to'
Secretary Mclcair. decl.iies Admiral UrownKiin'h resignation iw Chief nt
the Iluicnil of Navigation an act of gioss Impropriety due to iiluiic.
Tho President Mores the Inflcrlnil criticism of naval construction
lately prevalent, lie lealllims his decision Hint medical omccrs should
command hospital shlpi.
i a i fii i ai,
VANTS ONE FRANC DAMAGES
PAUIS, France, Jnn. fi. Pilnco do Sagan Is suing Count Ilonl do
Cnstcllniio for nws.ni It, asking ono franc damages.
Tho Incldaiit here cnbled Is nn nftcrmnth of tho street light between
the titled gentlemen icported tluco days ago, when tho Count np.it In
the I'iIiico'h fnee and blows wero exchanged. They uro cousins nml It
lias been iiiinorud tli.it Anna Could, who lately divorced the C.iRtclhine,
would marry de Sagan ns mioii after tho tlmo of dlvorco na the PieiuJi
a i m
A0KI SPEAKS FOR PEACE
SAN KItANCISCO, Cal., Jan. I.- In tho address made (inlay by Am
bassador Aukl at tho luncheon tendered him by tho Chamber of Com
nicrcu of this city, he slntcd that the debt' of gratitude Japan owed Am
erica was mi grcnt that no Islatcd lomplulnls could dissipate tho feel
ing. He said that Japan wnnted pcne and would omit no elTnrt which
would bring this about. He alto Man. I that bit would icport lo the Hm
pel or that tills feeling was rcclpiocjled in America.
CANADIANS DEFEAT STANFORD
VICTOltIA, 11. C, Jnn. I. In the footbull game plajed hero today,
hclwciti the University of Victoria and Stanford, the eleven fioin llrltlsh
Columbia wi.n by u store of 12-II.
DISREPUTABLE V0MAN DEAD
Ni:V YOllK, N. Y., Jan. ." "l.lt'Jo L'gypt." the dnnclng girl Hint
made the Secley dinner famous, h.u been found dead In bed. Ilcr body
was mystuiiously hitili.eil.
EDITOR HARDEN APPEALS
1IHUL1N, Ucrm.iny, Jan. I. IMIIor Harden, who wns today sentenc
ed to four months in Jail for his c.io of the camaillla, lias uppealed
to the higher courts.
loCKS OF CANAL WIDER
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jnn ft, Tho Pnnamu Canal Coniuilsslon rec
ommends that tho locks of (he canal be made one hundred feet wide.
JAPAN WAR-STORY FODDER
VANCOUVHIl, II. '.. Jim ft. It Is icported that hundieds of Jap
r.ueso arnii reservihlu hao lieeu older -il lo return to Japan.
m i ! i .
EARL TO CONTEST DIVORCE
LONDON, Knglnnd, Jnn. I. The Kail of Yarmouth will contest tho
dlvorco proceedings which have been brought by his wlfo. '
i Ml I pi
VANDERBILT MARRIAOE JAN, 23
NHW YOllK, N. Y., Jan. I - The wedding of Miss Vunderbllt
Count Sccliunl will occur on Jumn.ry 211.
PEACE AT MUNCIE
Ml'NCIi:, Intl.. Jnn. ft. -Tho direct rmu uio now riiiiulug unmolest-
"K K H It X X' M W WWJ(S!tfl
M WATERFRONT NOTES H
K M M ji n a 3i S J "n
Soerul boats from tho liiler-lsl-(i
ml Heel al lived in this poll jeBlcr
da.v. Tliu Iwalaul camo In fiom Olo
walu with lniG liugH of sugar and
other f i eight. Tho sugar Is consign
ed to W. (I. Irwin k Co. Tho Ko
An -Hon also camo In, nud Purscr
Vleiru icported the following Migar
on Kauai: II. P., ll10; P. U, Sift;
K. K lauu; K. S. M., 1C00; Mak.,
3i2Q; (I. & It., 2570; Mcll., 1SUS;
Intnl. 10,5 13,
Tlio United StatcB trnnspoit Sher
man Is dun hern next week on her
way to Manila. Tho moil of tliu
Sheuunu have many ft lends in this
city und thuy will bo glad to welcome
thrm wllli dances and other social
functions. Tho mnsport llnford
will also bo hero soma time lu tho
near future, as sho has already sail
ed from Manila. The Iluford will
have a small passenger list, consist
iiu- . .'i.1ntf I'lfA-ititin
is the only piano player that
Bivcs you complete control ov
er the piano.
If you love music, you can
learn to pvc that fine expres
sion that is possible only to
finished performers and own
ers of the ANGELUS.
Call and try it at the
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
ing, lu tho main, of military men,
whiten nainos aio hcie glum: Capt.
(leo. P. White, (illi Cav.; 1st Llunt.
Itobt. L. Weeks. Illlli Inr.; 1st Lieut,
.las. T. Wntsnn, 2(!lh Inf.; 1st Lieut.
Llndniy P. Huckur, Ilfitli Inf.; 1st
Lieut. C. Hiuery Hnthuway, filli
Cav.; IbI Lieut. I'redk. (I. Turnoi,
(iti( Cav.; 1st Lleui. Whiter C. Blunt
liitb Inf.; Capt. Wm. S. Vnlentluo,
Cav. Pay Dopt.; 1st Lieut. llulih N.
Ilsodun, IldCiiv.; Haiold W. .Innos,
tr.insioit surgeon; 1st Lieut. Wlld
ui r Willing. HngiH.
A cable wan iccclved this morning
.tilling Hint Ibo American ship II. V.
Packurd, boiuiil in this pint fiom Nur
"oik with coal foo tho Hulled Stales
Government, hnd put Into Moutuildeo
In dlstiess. No details woio given ltd
lo tho condll'on of tho vessel or why
sho put In at that port.
Tho Amorlcan-Hawallan steamnr
Columbian is at proecnt docked , at
tho railway whaif, whoro bho Is din
chaiglng her cargo.
u -4 iv'. K atma.rt hi I. t,A ib.fc, iMJft .dftdk
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, Dec. 16,
KUIIKKA-Sallcd, Deo. 15;
Am. Eclir. Eva, for Honolulu.
Weuneaday, Dec, 18.
AUCKLAND Arrived, Dec. 17.
Ilr. 8. 8. Crown of (Inllcla, licnco
Thursday, Dec. 19.
SALINA VRVZ Arrived Dec. Ifi:
A.-1I. 8. H. Mexican, honco Nov. no.
OKAY'S HAIlIIOlt Sailed Dec. 17:
Am. schr. Hobert Lowers, for Hono
lulu. SAN ritANCISCO-SaHed Dec. 19:
A.-H. 8. S. Mlrsuurl'. for Sound.
Saturday, Dec. 21,
NICWCASTLi: Sailed Dec. 1C:
Am. hkt' o Puako, for t
Monday, Dec. 23. ,
3AN I'UANCISCO Sailed Dec. 21.
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, for 11 Mo.
KAHULUI Arrhcd Dec. 23:
A.-H. S. 8. Novndan, heneo Dec. 22.
1IILO Arrived Dec. 21:
Am. 8 S. Kntcrprlso. heneo Dec. 2if
SAN rilANCISCO-Salled Dec. 23:
Ilk. St. Katherlne. Tor Hllo.
Tuesday, Dec, 24.
Am. bktuo Corouado, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Dec, 16.
SAN KUANCIBCO-Snllcd Dec. 21:
Ant. sclir. W. It. Marslon, for Houn-
Am. up, K. M. Plit'lpi, from Seattlo
for Kalnilul, put in leaking.
Friday, December 21,
SAN KtANCISCO Arrived Dec. 27.
Am. bktne. Irmgard, hence Dec. 12.
POUT TOWNSHND Arrived Dec. 27.
Am. bk. Albeit, from Hllo Dec. 0.
Saturday, Dec. 28.
SAN KItANCISCO Sailed Dec. 2d:
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan for Sallna Cruz
IIILO Arrived Dec. 271
Am. bk. Mohican, fiom Tncoma.
Monday, Dec. 30.
SAN rilANCISCO ArrHod Dec. 20:
Am. lik. Andrew Welch, fiom Hllo.
POUT TOWNSUND Arrlwil Dee. 2S:
Am. bk Albert, iiom Hllo,
KUllHKA AirHed Dec. 20:
Am. hclir. O. M. Kellogg, from Hllo.
KAHULUI Arrhed, Dec. 20:
A.-ll. S. S. Texan, from Honolulu.
Monday, Dec. 30.
YOKOHAMA An lcd Dec. 29:
P. M. 8. S. Koren, .lenco Dec. IS.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 28:
Kr. S. S. A in I nil Kourlchon, for Ho
nolulu. KAHULUI Failed Dec. 29:
Am. bk. K. K. Whitney, for San
Note Am. sp. Jnbcz Howes failed
lo get away from Knhuliil on Satur
day, as reported.
SAN KItANCISCO Sailed Dec. 31:
P. M. S. S"? China, for Honolulu, ''
SAN KItANCISCO Arrived Dee. 31:
Am. bk. I'M ward May, riom Mnka
well Dec. U.
POUT GAMIILH Sailed Dec. 30:
Am. bcIi. Allco Cooko, for Honolulu
A1I1;UDI:i:N Arrived Dee. 30:
Am. bgtn. Gcnowi, fiom. Mnkawell,
VHWCASTLi: Arrived Dec 29:
llr. S. S. Aolea, henco Dee. 11,
Thursday, January 2. .
SAN I)1I:G0 Arrived Jan. 1:
A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan, fiom Sallna
Friday, January 3.
BAN KItANCISCO An I veil Jan. 3:
Jap. S. S. Nippon Mum, heneo Dec.
NHWCASTLH Sailed Jan. J:
Am. i.chr. lluHiu. for Mnbukona.
YOKOHAMA An Ivol, Jan. 2:
Jap. 8. S. America Miiru, henco
Dec 23. '
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 3r
P. M. S S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
Saturday, January 4.
SAN DIKCO Arrived, Jan. 3:
A.-H. S. S. Arlzonan, from Sallnn
VANCOUVHIl Sailed Jan. 3:
Ilr S. S. Monna, for Honolulu.
KI.II Sailed Jan. 1:
Dr. S. S. Mlowcra, for Honolulu (3fi
MAHUKONA Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, fiom San
Monday, January 6.
HAN DIKGO Sailed. Jan. I:
A.-H. S. S. Arlimiin, for San Kran
clsco. MONTKVIDKO AnlM'd, Jnn. ft.
Am. sp. II. K. Packard, fiom Nor
folk for Honolulu, put In lu dis
tress. tr 'if It1 w r "if r r 'r w if ( r ir is K,
h TRANSPORT SERVICE
5l H 7C 3T H M K X W. Dt )i M 51 3 3S M
Warren, lu Plilllpplum.
Thoiuns, called for Manila, Dec. II.
Iluford, at Mnnlhi.
Shorldnn, nt San Francisco.
Logan, nt San KrauclHCo.
Crook, sailed for Manila, Un Guam,
Sherman, at Ban Kranclsco.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
3 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
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I X 3 15 K 50 K M 7t 31 K X M M 3 3 X
K ARRIVED K
K X H E 51 H 'ft ji J! ;r !5 JI K J )( fi
Saturday, Januaiy I.
A. II. 8 8. Ncvndan, (lieeno, fiom
ulakuwell, 9 a. in.
Sunday, January C.
Stmr. lwnlanl, Self, for Mnul nud
Moloknl ports, fi:,10 u. m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Tultctt, from
Kauai ports, fi:15 n. in.
A DEPARTED ' X
tfXKKKXKX M 3C ;f X B JC it
Monday, January C.
A. O. Co.'k liktn. Kulleitou. Kitclieii,
lor Pint Harford, noon.
3f X 3S X 3 31 M X K 3 3t 31 3C X X
C SAILING TODAY
4 3C 3 X 3.0 3 Jt Jf n- 3. ti )t 8( 3C 3 ii
l.-l. S. N..stmr. Ko An Hon, Mitch
til, for klhiticn, 5 p. in. a
P. J. 8. S. China, for tho Orient,
X 3C X V. V. X X 3C ii M J M X Jt
H DUE TODAY X
if X X X XXXXXH ? X XXV, X
P. M. 8. 8. Clilnn, irom San Kian
Cisco, p. in.
V. 3 31 JC 3t .'-t A 3C 31 X 31 X X XX X
PASSENGERS ARRIVED X
'A X X X X X X K a : x it X X ii
Per stmr. lwnlanl. Jan. ft. fiom Mnul
i lid Moloknl poils. Miss A. Gay, Mas
ter I'', (lay. Mis. CIuir. Aknno, Miss
linker. Miss L. Plhl. C. A. Slug, L.
Monklnl, Miss 13. Pratt, Miss G.
limn ii, Mr. nud Mrs. J. K. Iliown, II.
Hitchcock, Jr., It. II. Hitchcock, Jamei
Kilohn, Mis. James Kuohn, II. C.
Illtchcuck, 9 deck liasscngeis.
Per stmr. Ko An Hon, January ft,
fiom Kauai ports. Captain K. II.
Humphrey, Miss M. Pauleo, Miss H.
I!d-nrds,t Miss Lizzie Knlpu, It.
Krlcke, Douglas Il.tMwIii, Yin Cluing
i.oo, 32 deck passengers.
X X X X X X X X X X X X X 35 K X
itKiu if x x mc'iifiic a . v n
Per stmr. Kliiuii, NcImiii for llu
wall polls. Dec. 7, 12 in -Mr. Wood.
wnrd and wife, Miss l Williams, Mrs
Simpson's maid, Mrs. W. D McWane.
Utlicl McCormlck. William Hell, C. S.
Aken, II. Waggoner, II. Hums, Miss
Helen Gay, Mlsa L. Mulch. J. Debcll.
Sum Parker, Pilnco 1). Kawannnakoa,
b. Seiser, S. II. Illougcn nud wife, J.
A. Kit by, J. II. Thompson, C. K. I'rnz
lcr, Miss Daestiom, Mrs. llnestioni,
J. It. Ilicice. Mrs. K. G. Ilnrpor, Miss
Ilnssford, Mr. and Mrs. Muller, Win.
Irwin, Mr. Williams. C. II. Hall, I).
Wieco, Miss McStocker, Angus Mc
Plieo, J. L. Winters, Hen W.idin.in. V.
11. McStocker, Chns. J. Knlk, Alex
Dowaett, K. P. Low. G. C. Smithies, 7..
K. S(oye;'& ,
Per S. 8. Alameda, Dowdell, for Sun
Kranclsco, bulling Jan. 8. James D.
Dougherty, Miss V, McGregor, Mrs.
Vestal, Davo, Vestal, Mrs. J. S. How
ard. Mrs. .T. McNab, Dr. T. McNab.
John McNab. A. A. Young. W. T.
Dunn. Mis. II. C. Whitney, Leon Ho
nlgsbcrger, Mrs. K. S. Ilulchlus, T.
Topllfz, Dr. .Lis Moloney.
X X X X W X X X X X X X X X X It
" WATERFRONT NOTES
ii ' "ttt X X X Hi X X X X (. X X X X
. Yesterday au dtoday wcio mtj- dull
iinys along tho waterfiout. Almost
the only vessels that made any move
ment were the Inter-Island boats thai
.irilvod hero fiom tho oilier Islands
lesterday. These weio tho iwalaul
and the Ko Au Hon. Tho latter boat
will sail today at .ft p. m. for Kllauen,
Kapaa and other pints. Sho is carry
ing explosives for Knual pints. Tho
Ivlmiu will sail tomoiiow nt noon for
Hllo nud Hawaii potts. Tho l.lkellko
tallsl tomorrow for Papaloa, and Ibo
Iwalaul leaves tomorrow for Illlo.
Hotli of tho latter icshcIh are duo to
leno their docks at ft o'clock lu tho
The annual lepoit of tho P.imaster
General of tho U. S. Navy has jiwl
been iccclved at tho local nnvj-jaid.
It Is for tho lineal year of 1007. Tliu
tolal expenditure for Hawaii for im
provcmentH are Mimmed up by tho
amount, ?22,59G.GG. Over $22,000 was
fpent on the Iroipiols. At tho end -of
tho fiscal year there woro $1I9,4&ii.73
win th of supplies on liand ut tills
navy yaid. A tolnl of $ I7,;i(l2.'.,2 was
paid out to olllcers at this post. Klg
urcs wero given to show that Hawaii
ii. ii very lmpnitant navy post lu
ease of war, Il would piovo u valuable
part of tho Navy Depaitmenl.
It has been decided mil to loplaco
the must on tho Japauoso fielghler
Miiushu Miiru. Tho steel polo wait
badly genl nt tho bare the other day
".'hen a heavy boiler whs being lifted
up, nud 11 was thodghl ut llrst that
tho Honolulu lion Woikn wiiuhl get
tho couimlsslou' of muklng another
mast. However, II was dccldod lo
wait and not pill lu tho must yet, and
loH.iy uoikmon mo hublly engaged lu
lancing and' stralghlcplpg. tho old
Irunie. A wooden mast has been
placed ulongbldo tho steel one, and
I lib; will ho used as n brace,
Tho German ship K. C. lllckmcrs,
the largest sailing vcssul nllo.it.
In lugs to H.yi rianclsco an until mous
largo of co.il .and has on biiaul 15
cadets, wlio uro studying thu world's
commercial problems tinder guldaiico
of six learned piofcssors.
A bigamist confesses lio married
an Oakland woman th save her life
when sho thieatcucd sulctdo.